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From:Chris Frey Date:February 15 2005 1:27am
Subject:Re: [PATCH] mysql++ and strict compiler warnings
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On Mon, Feb 14, 2005 at 04:23:16PM -0700, Warren Young wrote:
> As for the broader implications of your proposal, I'm going to have to 
> cogitate on that.  I can tell you right now that it shouldn't go in 1.7, 
> since it's a pure feature.  Any other thoughts about what goes into 1.8 
> or 2.0?

Well, I'm pondering whether it's possible to get rid of all those macros,
and still maintain the power of sql_create_*()... but I'm not even close to a
proposal yet, let alone a patch.

It's probably fine as is, but the current code is a little dense and hard
to figure out, and relies on external code to generate it.

- Chris

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[PATCH] mysql++ and strict compiler warningsChris Frey7 Feb
  • Re: [PATCH] mysql++ and strict compiler warningsWarren Young14 Feb
    • Re: [PATCH] mysql++ and strict compiler warningsChris Frey14 Feb
      • Re: [PATCH] mysql++ and strict compiler warningsWarren Young15 Feb
        • Re: [PATCH] mysql++ and strict compiler warningsChris Frey15 Feb